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 Posted: Wed Sep 26th, 2018 06:11 am
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ballenamar wrote: JZ: If you are criticizing the motives of gringos, you are on the wrong thread. Most of those 50+ volunteers who are doing turtle conservation work each day at about 5am are gringos. They are doing a phenomenal job. They are led by a team of highly trained Mexican scientists. It is a wonderful demonstration of two cultures working together to protect those turtles who visit our shores and their children who will return as adults.
I know you and your kind.  I wasn't talking about the turtle stuff, bud.

You are a gringo that wants to bring gringo rules to Mexico.  You get mad that Mexicans like to drink, and party, and play loud music.  And drive their cars on the beach.  E.g. be Mexican. 

I've seen you on here plenty over the years belly aching.  Crying that there are "laws" against this and that, and the MX police should enforce those laws!

Don't try to act all innocent now.  You moved here, and now you hate the true MX culture and want to change it to be like the US.  If you really want that, move back.


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JZ say ¨You get mad that Mexicans like to drink, and party, and play loud music. And drive their cars on the beach. E.g. be Mexican.¨

You need to get out more. I have Mexican friends that don´t drink, love to party, avoid all parties, enjoy sleeping without being kept awake by loud music and would not think of driving a car or ATV on the beach especially during turtle breeding season. Your stereotyping is offensive.

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Save the Baby Turtles...

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Ok this has evolved into a personal insult contest so unless you have something constructive to add about the Turtles, hands off the keyboard, please.

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what time of year do the turtles hatch?

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October through mid December in this area of Mexico.

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We are coming down next week.  Where can we see them?

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Contact ELSA CORIA 622-152-9934 or elsa.crrifs@gmail.com. She can show you or arrange for someone else to show you. Elsa is bilingual.

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Thanks!  I'll contact her. 

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